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Our wonderful Guest Designer, Catherine is back today to inspire you with a Ghostbuster’s themed card!
Thank you so much for sharing your awesome creativity with us for this challenge, Catherine! Your amazing projects have totally inspired me!
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I cut out an icy pond using the Bayou Backdrop and heat embossed a little swirl of ice skating tracks from Mice on Ice. I added that to the lower left corner of the card. Then I added my images into the scene with a combo of liquid glue and foam tape.
Good morning! Jess here with a card for our current Halloween/Fall inspiration challenge! I used three of the photos as inspiration for my spooky scene today!
To start I blended black soot distress oxide ink over the cloud stencil on a panel of Strathmore Bristol smooth cardstock to create my sky. I used a blending brush to keep my blending very light. I die-cut a circle from Strathmore Bristol smooth cardstock and blended squeezed lemonade and mustard seed distress oxide ink over the circle to create my moon. I splattered it with water and blotted off the excess to give it a little texture. Next I die-cut the Stitched Tree Borders from Black Licorice cardstock and the Little Town Border from Black Licorice and Sunflower cardstock. I adhered my moon to the background and then added the tree and town. Then I inlaid the little windows and doors to recreate the skies and glowing windows from the inspiration photo!
Next I stamped images from Fox Costumes Before ‘n Afters, Costume Party, and Happy Harvest with Versafine and heat-embossed them with clear embossing powder. I colored them with Copic markers and then die-cut them with the coordinating dies. I added a few accents with a white gel pen and then added them to my scene with a mix of regular adhesive and foam mounting tape. I finished the card with a sentiment from Costume Party stamped and heat-embossed with white embossing powder!
And that’s it! You have one more weekend to get crafty and I can’t wait to see what you’ll create! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a fantastic weekend! -Jess
To see how Jessica created this fantastic card check out her video tutorial HERE.